#1
I found a Seagull guitar cedar slim model in my basement and would like to know if it is any good. (Pros and Cons, Good company, Bad company, good guitar, bad guitar)

Thanks in advance
Morris Les Paul copy
Jackson DKXT Dinky
Seagull Acoustic

Roland Cube 15
Line 6 spider IV 75
#3
well there aren't any strings on it and the nearest guitar store is about 100km away
Morris Les Paul copy
Jackson DKXT Dinky
Seagull Acoustic

Roland Cube 15
Line 6 spider IV 75
#5
You have the guitar and you're asking us whether it's good?

Why make a thread on it?

Order yourself some strings and find out? Just an idea perhaps.
#6
Well my advice is: 1: Package it in a box, carefully.

2: Place My adress on it.

3: send it to me via express mail.

4: wait for me to tell you if its good of not
Music is an art form that celebrates potential. So long as you're looking for it, you'll always find it.
#7
Quote by Kaz3-6-0
I found a Seagull guitar cedar slim model in my basement

also, Pics or it didnt happen
Music is an art form that celebrates potential. So long as you're looking for it, you'll always find it.
#8
Quote by Mr.Pink101
also, Pics or it didnt happen


This isn't the pit. We don't do that here, mainly because we have brains and/or personalites.
#9
Seagull is a good brand. They are far from top of the line, but they are "real" guitars that can be used for everything from strumming around a campfire to playing gigs and recording.
Not taking any online orders.